Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures
Diversity & Democracy Volume 15, Number 2  

Diversity & Democracy
Volume 15,
Number 2

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About This Issue
Featured Topic: Shared Futures
Creative, Humanistic, and Pragmatic: Liberal Education in America
Full Participation and the Arts, Culture, and Humanities
The Case for Civic Imagination in Undergraduate Arts Education
Who Teaches Democracy? The Role of Humanities Councils and Community Colleges
Campus Practice
Place-Based Reflection as a Foundation for Civic Engagement
Humanities in the Lab: Rethinking Haitian Studies
Disrupting Institutional Barriers through Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Discourse and Democracy
Realizing Our Potential as Active Citizens
Global Learning through Hip-Hop
Humanistic Mathematics: An Oxymoron?
And More...
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Modeling Equity, Engaging Difference: New Frameworks for Diversity and Learning

AAC&U’s biennial meeting on diversity in higher education will take place on October 18–20, 2012, in Baltimore, Maryland. Titled “Modeling Equity, Engaging Difference: New Frameworks for Diversity and Learning,” the meeting will engage participants in a series of questions about the contemporary meaning of diversity and the role of higher education in addressing inequity in today’s world. To learn more or to register, visit www.aacu.org/meetings/diversityandlearning/DL2012/index.cfm.

American Democracy Project 2012 National Meeting

The American Democracy Project, an initiative of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, will hold its tenth annual National Meeting on June 7–9, 2012, in San Antonio, Texas. This year’s meeting will focus on the theme “Civic Engagement 2.0: Re-Imagining, Strengthening and Deepening Our Civic Work,” and will explore strategies to “move the preparation of informed, engaged citizens for our democracy from margin to center on our campuses.” To learn more, visit www.aascu.org/programs/ADP.

Imagining America 2012 National Conference

Imagining America will hold its annual conference, titled “Linked Fates and Futures: Communities and Campuses as Equitable Partners?,” in New York City on October 5–7, 2012. The conference will invite participants to explore three thematic areas: Full, Equitable Partnerships; Linking Diversity and Engagement; and Arts, Culture, and Community and Economic Development. To learn more about the conference and its connection to Imagining America’s mission of advancing the public and civic purposes of humanities, arts, and design, visit http://imaginingamerica.org/convenings/national-conference.

Questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Diversity & Democracy should be directed to Kathryn Peltier Campbell at campbell@aacu.org.
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